The Third Forum of Scientists of the CIS Member States will start its work in Minsk on November 25.
Uzbekistan delegation led by the Chief Scientist-Secretary of the Academy of Sciences Gayrat Bakhodirov, representatives of several higher education institutions and research organizations will take part in its work.
According to the CIS Executive Committee, the two-day forum will open with a plenary session. Roundtable discussions will be held.
The forum is expected to bring together more than 150 participants – heads and leading scientists of the academies of sciences and the largest scientific and research centers of the CIS, educational organizations, including delegations from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
The main goals of the forum are to activate scientific and technical cooperation between the CIS states, stimulate new joint research, propose ways to develop innovation policy in the Commonwealth, and form a system of international mobility of scientists and young specialists in the professional community of the CIS. Scientists will analyze in detail the state and prospects of fundamental science, develop ways to improve scientific cooperation in the digital era.